short

Short vs Skinny - What's the difference?

short | skinny |


As a proper noun short

is .

As an adjective skinny is

(informal) having little flesh and fat; slim; slender; narrow; thin, generally beyond what looks beautiful.

As a noun skinny is

(colloquial) the details or facts; especially, those obtained by gossip or rumor.

Brusk vs Short - What's the difference?

brusk | short |


As an adjective brusk

is brusque.

As a proper noun short is

.

Short vs Shorted - What's the difference?

short | shorted |


As a proper noun short

is .

As a verb shorted is

(short).

Audio vs Short - What's the difference?

audio | short |


As a noun audio

is audio.

As a proper noun short is

.

Short vs Skirts - What's the difference?

short | skirts |


As a proper noun short

is .

As a noun skirts is

.

As a verb skirts is

(skirt).

Crop vs Short - What's the difference?

crop | short |


As a noun crop

is a plant, especially a cereal, grown to be harvested as food, livestock fodder or fuel or for any other economic purpose.

As a verb crop

is to remove the top end of something, especially a plant.

As a proper noun short is

.

Contraction vs Short - What's the difference?

contraction | short |


As a noun contraction

is a reversible reduction in size.

As a proper noun short is

.

Short vs Sock - What's the difference?

short | sock |


As a proper noun short

is .

As a noun sock is

a knitted or woven covering for the foot or sock can be a ploughshare.

As a verb sock is

to hit or strike violently.

Excursion vs Short - What's the difference?

excursion | short |


As a noun excursion

is excursion, trip.

As a proper noun short is

.

Piggy vs Short - What's the difference?

piggy | short |


As a noun piggy

is (hypocoristic) a pig (the animal).

As an adjective piggy

is greedy.

As a proper noun short is

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